NEWINGTON, CT (WFSB) - Grocery stores are packed Wednesday as people grab their last minute items for Thanksgiving dinner.
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Expect to pay more for some of your favorite cereals, snacks, soups and cooking brands next year.
Thanksgiving dinner will cost 14% more this year, according to new survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Thanksgiving dinner will cost 14% more this year, according to new survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation. Dinner for a family of 10 will cost on average $53.31 — up $6.41 from last year's average of $46.90 which was down 4% from 2019, the lowest in 10 years.
A holiday tradition, making sure others don’t go hungry this Thanksgiving.
CT State Police said they have identified some of the suspects believed to have stolen shopping carts full of items from an Oxford store earlier this week.
Many things are more expensive these days as consumer prices have soared over 6 percent this past year.
An investigation is underway after multiple people were seen stealing shopping carts full of items from an Oxford grocery store early Tuesday morning.
Shoppers are already taking a hit at the grocery store. Soon, even their cheapest meat options will get more expensive.